One for the future: poizon

The fourth installment of our "One for the future" series covers Valentin "poizon" Vasilev, who has made a name for himself in Bulgaria this year with Bpro and Windigo, and is looking to continue to make waves in 2019, when he will get to attend the Europe Minor.

On June 21 2017, through this series, the world got to know more about Tsvetelin "CeRq" Dimitrov, then a 17-year old wunderkind still making a name for himself in the Bulgarian scene. Since then, he has become a crucial member of the current No.7 team in the world, NRG, earning an HLTV MVP medal after helping his side to win IEM Shanghai. And there is a new Bulgarian kid on the block ready to follow in CeRq's footsteps.

poizon's story began back in May 2016, when he attended Game Ninja in Sofia. The main event was won by Bpro, the team he would eventually join, but he was there for the 1vs1 tournament. The youngster had been playing the game since he was five years old, starting with CS 1.5, but it had been a casual journey up until then, and he had never been to a LAN before. The rookie won the 1vs1 tournament and began competing with semi-pro teams.

The Bulgarian's transition to the professional scene happened after his squad's qualification for Let's Play Winter, a national LAN event that took place in December 2016. Even though his team lost in the grand final, poizon met some of the big names in the Bulgarian scene, including Nikolay "pNshr" Paunin and Hristian "shEMETA" Spasov.

Impressed with poizon's performance at the event, Bpro wanted the youngster in their team and quickly convinced him to join their ranks. He averaged a 0.84 rating across his first 12 maps, with Bpro losing seven of them. "I didn't have confidence in the beginning at all." says poizon. "Everything was new to me." Still, his performances improved massively at OMEN ComicCon Bulgaria and e-Arena Plovdiv—the first two LANs he competed at with Bpro. They finished 3rd-4th at the former and won the latter, with the youngster averaging a 1.30 rating over eight maps.

poizon ended his first year as a professional player with a 1.03 rating after playing 149 maps. He certainly wasn't setting the world on fire but he had done enough to show that he belonged to the upper echelon of Counter-Strike. However, he would go to impress everyone in 2018, when he cemented himself as one of the most exciting upcoming talents in the world.

poizon started his professional career in Bpro (Photo by ESL SEC)

To begin the year, Bpro attended the ESL Southeast Europe Championship Season 6 Finals in Bucharest, Romania. poizon averaged a 1.28 rating across five maps and helped his team secure the trophy with an immense performance on the last map of the grand final, posting a 24:10 score, a 103.5 ADR, and a 1.87 rating. Throughout the tournament, poizon had 35 AK-47 and 30 AWP kills, demonstrating his flexible and robust play style.

After Yanko "blocker" Panov left Bpro to join Windigo in June, poizon's team struggled to qualify for events and could only win a handful of online competitions. Individually, he was still putting in great performances, and this caught the eye of other teams. Amid interest from Windigo, poizon got benched by Bpro and went on to unilaterally terminate his contract at the end of October.

poizon found himself facing much better opposition after joining Windigo as they competed in the ESL Pro League. However, his first bullets for his new team were fired in the second open qualifier for the Europe Minor. In the round of 16, he top fragged against cats, ending up with a 1.51 rating. Following a comfortable match against Valiance in the quarter-finals, poizon demolished Tricked to book Windigo a place in the closed qualifier. The Bulgarian prodigy averaged a 1.83 rating and a 102.1 ADR against the Danish opposition, with his two clutches also playing a huge role in the victory.

Fittingly, his next match was against the number one team in the world, Astralis; it was as if Tricked had called their big brother to take care of Windigo. Facing the player he has always idolised, Nicolai "device" Reedtz, poizon held his own as Windigo played out two very closes games , losing just 16-13 and 16-14. In the Pro League, the Bulgarian player averaged a 1.15 rating across 14 maps and showed signs that he can hold his own against top-level opposition.

After averaging a 1.32 rating at the two LANs he attended with Windigo—ESL Southeast Europe Championship Season 8 Finals and BGW Invitational—poizon was ready to play in the Europe Minor Closed Qualifier. This campaign was crucial because one of the goals Windigo had set when poizon had joined was to qualify for the Minor.

The competition had a double-elimination format, but Windigo didn't even need to play the lower bracket, thanks to poizon's strong performances. Their first game was against ENCE, who were 14th in the world at the time. That day poizon came to the server to feast on some Finnish food, and he got what he came for, leading Windigo to a 2-0 victory with a 1.56 rating in the series.

The youngster put his stamp on the ESL SEC S8 Finals (Photo by ESL SEC)

Next up was Valiance, who suffered the same fate as ENCE, losing 2-0 after another incredible performance from the explosive Bulgarian wunderkind, who racked up 49 kills to book Windigo a place at the Europe Minor. poizon was the highest rated player in the closed qualifier at 1.59, topping the charts over Mathieu "ZywOo" Herbaut and Jere "sergej" Salo — two players who have been featured in the 'One for the future' series in the past.

The youngster has shown that he is capable of stepping up in big occasions, but the Minor will be a different ballpark, with spots at the IEM Katowice Major on the line, and he is aware of it. "Playing at a Minor was one of my dreams," he says. " I don't have any expectations for it because there will be a lot of good teams there, but we will fight until the end with everything we've got to reach our goals."

So what is it that's special about poizon? The number one reason is his flexible playstyle, which makes him a big asset in all rounds and economic situations. He can switch seamlessly between the AWP and the rifles, which is best highlighted in this 1vs4, in which he wins the round on the stairs on Mirage with a combination of great movement and aim using two weapons. He is also a force to be reckoned with in pistol rounds, especially on the CT side.

Another aspect of poizon's game is his composure in clutch situations. The 20-year-old has a 62% success rate in 1vs1s, and it is not a rare sight to see him pull off multiple clutches in a single game, as he recently proved against ALTERNATE aTTaX by winning three 1vs2s in a row. Not only is he good at clutching, he consistently gets entry kills and has a 57.8% success rate in opening duels. According to one of his current teammates Kamen "bubble" Kostadinov, poizon boosted everyone's confidence with his determination and ability to open up rounds.

poizon certainly has the skill to climb up the food chain; anyone who has watched him, even for a short time, can tell you that much. But talent alone isn't always enough to survive at the top level. Nikola "NK4Y" Radushev, who played with poizon during the early stages of the youngster's career, was impressed with his mindset and work ethic, which is why Bpro decided to sign the player at the start of 2017. His current teammate bubble agrees, saying, "I haven't known him for a long time, but I know that he is very quiet and calm. When he sets a goal for himself, he is willing to put in the work and hustle."

A blend of hard work, confidence, capacity to use multiple weapons, calmness in clutch situations, and the ability to get opening kills makes poizon one of the players to watch next year. 2019 will be his greatest challenge yet as he will attend the Europe Minor and the WESG World Finals, while he will continue to compete in the ESL Pro League. These LANs will give us a much clearer picture about poizon's potential as he will take on some of the best teams in the world.

Related articles:

France One for the future: ZywOo
Bulgaria One for the future: CeRq
Finland One for the future: sergej

Bulgaria Hristian 'shEMETA' Spasov
Hristian 'shEMETA' Spasov
Age:
29
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.92
Maps played:
213
KPR:
0.63
DPR:
0.69
APR:
0.16
Denmark Nicolai 'device' Reedtz
Nicolai 'device' Reedtz
Age:
24
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.17
Maps played:
1403
KPR:
0.79
DPR:
0.62
APR:
0.13
Bulgaria Nikola 'NK4Y' Radushev
Nikola 'NK4Y' Radushev
Age:
23
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.04
Maps played:
437
KPR:
0.71
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.14
Bulgaria Yanko 'blocker' Panov
Yanko 'blocker' Panov
Age:
22
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.99
Maps played:
603
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.70
APR:
0.16
Finland Jere 'sergej' Salo
Jere 'sergej' Salo
Age:
17
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.13
Maps played:
529
KPR:
0.76
DPR:
0.63
APR:
0.15
Bulgaria Kamen 'bubble' Kostadinov
Kamen 'bubble' Kostadinov
Age:
28
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.04
Maps played:
1554
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.64
APR:
0.15
Bulgaria Tsvetelin 'CeRq' Dimitrov
Tsvetelin 'CeRq' Dimitrov
Age:
19
Rating 1.0:
1.14
Maps played:
855
KPR:
0.76
DPR:
0.62
APR:
0.10
France Mathieu 'ZywOo' Herbaut
Mathieu 'ZywOo' Herbaut
Age:
19
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.30
Maps played:
546
KPR:
0.87
DPR:
0.62
APR:
0.13
Bulgaria Nikolay 'pNshr' Paunin
Nikolay 'pNshr' Paunin
Age:
27
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.92
Maps played:
590
KPR:
0.63
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.15
Bulgaria Valentin 'poizon' Vasilev
Valentin 'poizon' Vasilev
Age:
20
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.15
Maps played:
673
KPR:
0.77
DPR:
0.64
APR:
0.12
#2
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CIS TajMajal 
Wat
2018-12-30 16:00
nobody cares
2018-12-30 16:19
#49
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Turkey Piete 
i care
2018-12-30 16:25
#90
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Bulgaria Ju7y 
+1
2018-12-30 16:42
Ez 5th
2018-12-30 16:59
we are from bulgaria
2018-12-30 17:42
#54
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Czech Republic fnx_2_majors 
poizon, next Cerq you idiot, insane talent
2018-12-30 16:27
bulgaria always sick players HLTV ADMINS READ THIS: next 2 one for the future articles should be shipz and blocker :)😎
2018-12-30 16:27
It should be ploplisk
2018-12-30 16:31
nooo men, csgo used to be all about sweden but with these guys coming up from other, smaller countries (in terms of cs players) that's thank you kanye very cool😎
2018-12-30 16:35
Yeah, you’re right. This is why I like players like Ropz or Oskar, because they came from no-scene country to the spotlight
2018-12-30 16:37
+100😎
2018-12-30 16:38
Unfortunately neither shipz nor blocker are at that level.
2018-12-30 20:01
Watafak really? imo shipz is easily #2 on windigo, always putting up huge numbers😎
2018-12-31 07:14
Yeah, but not at the level of "one for the future".
2018-12-31 11:20
Next should be EspiranTo big talent.
2018-12-31 15:03
#7
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United States Tyler_Durden 
nice try
2018-12-30 16:01
#9
Golden | 
Finland gassed 
E
2018-12-30 16:01
Not bad for zywoo tier 3
2018-12-30 16:01
Wait, am I playing FIFA rn?
2018-12-30 16:01
He will show himself in 2019 in epl :)
2018-12-30 16:02
Lol I played against this guy in DM and I killed him like 5 times, he's trash lmao
2018-12-30 16:02
I also played vs some guy named s1mple and I killed him more than 5 times
2018-12-30 16:05
OMG, are you the new s1mple?
2018-12-30 16:09
he is new poizon😎
2018-12-30 16:27
#174
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Canada pokerchip 
DM =/= skill and talent.
2019-01-05 17:52
CeRq 2.0 maybe better than CeRq
2018-12-30 16:02
+1. Poizon is better than cerq with ak/m4
2018-12-30 16:42
This is kinda true actually, but still bith are insane!
2018-12-30 16:52
oh for sure
2018-12-30 16:03
#19
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South America ERO0N 
wat
2018-12-30 16:04
where is vsm from brazil?
2018-12-30 16:04
Banned from Valve tournaments. Has only one LAN on record.
2018-12-30 16:06
Oof
2018-12-30 16:38
#108
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Sweden Zaser5 
+1
2018-12-30 16:59
LOL
2018-12-30 18:53
Fuck, that hit too hard, like a drunk father hits a ginger step child..
2018-12-30 20:03
#146
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Bosnia and Herzegovina ajdinSHO 
hunter, niko's brother, is from Bosnia as well.
2018-12-30 22:22
vsm 1.34 rating 2.0
2018-12-30 16:05
Onliner, p0iz good on LAN and is also on minor
2018-12-30 16:07
valve banned and has like 1 lan
2018-12-30 16:23
1+ overrated cheater.
2018-12-30 16:43
It has to be vs top 50 teams.
2019-01-01 07:06
#26
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Bulgaria BlindBG11 
Congratz poizon
2018-12-30 16:06
Not for the future. He is great alredy
2018-12-30 16:08
Yeah, but he has potential for a top10 team, currently windigo is nowhere near that.
2018-12-30 20:03
Yeah but he is allready really good. I dont like to predict future in cs because anything might happen. Remember that being really f***ing good doesn't mean that your team is a top 10 team. Zywoo is good example
2018-12-30 20:53
#29
fleav | 
Hungary zzupp 
FaZe Poizon????
2018-12-30 16:09
After 1 or 2 years.
2018-12-30 16:53
#31
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Luxembourg 08bait 
facecrack played in QBF no???
2018-12-30 16:09
ForZe
2018-12-30 18:53
Poizon is one of the best EU newcomers, surely will make his name in 2019
2018-12-30 16:10
Not if he stays in Windigo
2018-12-30 16:11
Yeah, he should go international, maybe go to Valiance, I would say that Poizon, HunTer and EspiranTo would make a great combo.
2018-12-30 16:12
Valiance suck lol international doesnt mean better
2018-12-30 16:25
Flag checks out.
2018-12-30 16:27
seriously tho, windigo >>>>>>>>>>>>>> valulence when they actually play to win. lots of these matches seem like they dont give a fuck tbh😎
2018-12-30 16:29
Valiance with Poizon in place of Ottond>>>>>Windigo, IMO. But yeah, Valiance is in a pretty shit form
2018-12-30 16:30
it feels like valiance going from a strong tier 3 full-on balkan team to this is questionable. i mean the players are good but god that communication must be shit😎
2018-12-30 16:33
For me they lack of a good IGL, LETN1 has really bad ratings and with the potential that the team have he should be able to guide them to better results
2018-12-30 16:36
yeah i agree, valiance definitely have space to improve and there are tons of potential players out there but imo restructuring windigo could be really sick. something like shipz poizon blocker bubble v1c7or 2 experienced players who could igl and support/entry, and no need for any set awper as any of them can awp quite well actually😎 oh wait i just made current windigo😎😎😎😎😎
2018-12-30 16:38
You rekt me 😔
2018-12-30 16:39
sorry buster, but im a windigo fan 🤠yeehaw🤠 😎
2018-12-30 16:42
Not expected
2018-12-30 16:42
as a norwayegean rain is my favorite player and faze my favorite team, but i like windigo too 😎
2018-12-30 16:44
Windigo is good rn . Better than valiance
2018-12-30 16:29
yeah
2018-12-30 16:31
He is gonna join some top 5 team like FaZe or Navi after 1,2 years surely!
2018-12-30 16:54
I hope he won’t join Na’Vi, look what they did with s1mple. Maybe a new EU mix or the famous FaZe academy?
2018-12-30 16:58
I hope he won’t join Na’Vi, look what they did with s1mple. Maybe a new EU mix or the famous FaZe academy?
2018-12-30 16:58
#33
chrisJ | 
Turkey vuvuxx 
who
2018-12-30 16:11
One for all
2018-12-30 16:12
Rely Nice stats and hes only 17 definatly one to watch
2018-12-30 16:13
20yo
2018-12-30 16:30
#157
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Denmark Sir_Cumcised 
15yo
2018-12-31 01:16
Snakezon
2018-12-30 16:14
#39
s1mple | 
Europe Hogi 
ZywooONLINE
2018-12-30 16:15
His rating is higher on LAN than Online
2018-12-30 16:19
#40
kNgV- | 
Italy InSuu 
Please stay on windigo
2018-12-30 16:17
#41
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Europe andyy_ 
He's a chatter
2018-12-30 16:18
2018-12-30 16:31
#73
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Europe andyy_ 
1. Ever heard of kvik, espi, nukkye, pounh, kalinka? 2. Talking the one who cant read basic words 3. Bulgarian cs OMEGALUL
2018-12-30 16:33
1.who? 2.stfu 3.we're better than the lithuanian scene :D hahaha
2018-12-30 16:36
#81
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Europe andyy_ 
well argumented.
2018-12-30 16:37
fan of c9 lul and lithuanian scene :D what a trash hahaha
2018-12-30 16:37
C9 isnt that bad, they can almost never practice as a complete team with a guy with health issues and different standins. Lithanian scene isnt that bad tho, has more talents but cerq is awesome in nrg and poizon literally saved windigo from being relegated
2018-12-30 16:44
#99
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United Kingdom Breezeeh 
At least he doesn't have a shaved head
2018-12-30 16:48
#100
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Bulgaria Ju7y 
Well at least we had a scene and a team called gplay. Also a team in Pro league, minor and now on WESG
2018-12-30 16:50
We have much, much better scene than you guys for sure. I am like 2015 E-Frag was like in top 20 and were around 17,18 place jn the world. Do you even know how many Bulgarians are there now that are actually young talents? CeRq, poizon, Duplicate, SHiPZ, Zix, REDSTAR, blocker, NK4Y, SPELLAN. And when we also say the older ones, who are still very good: bubble, v1c7oR, niki1, pNshr maybe spyleadeR, dream3r. Well, there you have it, a scene full of great players.
2018-12-30 17:06
#112
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Europe andyy_ 
... who actually haven't achieved that much in such a long time
2018-12-30 17:07
Yes, but for example CeRq came this year when NRG weren't that good as a team and were like 40 or something and they are like 6 in the world and made like 2,3 3-rd places 2,3 second and like 2 1-st so like that is something that Bulgarians had never achieved till now. Now you have poizon with who we saved our spot in EPL and don't forget that almost qualified for the Finals. Like cmon bro we could have easily won vs Astralis on both if the maps. Check if you want, it was like 2 times 16:14 or something like that. Also for the first time a Bulgarian team is in WESG, when did that happen before. poizon is such a good player, he has the mentality to be a winner too, just wait and see that he will be in a top 5 team in just 2 yaers, like FaZe or other great team, CeRq too. And about the other guys, they will get their chance too, they are really skilled too, Zix, REDSTAR and also many more will come, so that's it, even if you don't accept is Bulgarian cs is better and will achieve many great thimgs in cs and as a country!!!
2018-12-30 17:18
#121
CeRq | 
Bulgaria Narsiel 
"... who actually haven't achieved that much in such a long time" - and lithuanians have? - CeRq won MVP at a 100k tournament - Full bulgarian team is in top 30 (19 weeks) Can you link 5 lithuanian players (combine them from 5 different teams if you want) that are in top 30?
2018-12-30 17:49
#44
s1mple | 
China wyzood 
I'm bored to death without matches~~~~
2018-12-30 16:20
yes yes nice joke
2018-12-30 16:20
#134
s1mple | 
China wyzood 
what a beautiful national flag
2018-12-30 20:17
#51
s1 | 
Ukraine mpletop1 
When s1mple was 19 he was in a major final
2018-12-30 16:25
when poizon was 17 he was in a local lan final😎
2018-12-30 16:29
#72
s1 | 
Ukraine mpletop1 
when s1mple was 18 he beat fnatic at a major
2018-12-30 16:32
when me was 17 i go to school and watch major😎
2018-12-30 16:35
Cheater..
2018-12-30 16:27
Hes good
2018-12-30 16:29
+1
2018-12-30 16:31
zywo from another planet
2018-12-30 16:29
I really like that guy
2018-12-30 16:29
+1
2018-12-30 16:31
#68
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Brazil Beckermonster 
poizon cerq vactor shipz and blocker make it happen please
2018-12-30 16:31
watfak why u kick bubble igl((😎
2018-12-30 16:39
SHIPZ its a monster aswell
2018-12-30 16:35
+100😎
2018-12-30 16:39
tbh the entire windigo lineup is underrated. all of the players on the team rn are nuts.
2018-12-30 21:00
bulgaria´s got some talent man
2018-12-30 16:44
gl pRoizon!
2018-12-30 16:46
#107
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Bulgaria Ju7y 
This guy signed my profile!
2018-12-30 16:58
#110
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India Smauxx 
Faze Poizon check Twitter guyz
2018-12-30 16:59
hunter nexa espiranto
2018-12-30 17:29
#116
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Poland J__ac_pis 
CHEATER
2018-12-30 17:41
#118
s1 | 
Armenia gr1nch 
no
2018-12-30 17:44
#119
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Bulgaria vectralsoul 
poizGOD
2018-12-30 17:45
Did u watch a fragmovie about Cveteling "CeRq" Dimitrov?
2018-12-30 21:50
20 years old looks like a 13 year old kid. He's not that good btw.
2018-12-30 17:48
not that good? are you have retard
2018-12-31 00:05
20 years old, hasn't played versus good T2 teams, very little to non showing on LAN. Why would I considere him good or a future star player?
2018-12-31 13:35
#122
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Brazil Collee 
Looks legit. Seems like he's facing decent teams/players. Sadly he'll probably have to find an international team
2018-12-30 17:53
Let's go faze poizon
2018-12-30 17:56
Zywoo an obvious cheater
2018-12-30 18:15
My boy!!!
2018-12-30 18:21
#126
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Luxembourg fowkingell 
Someone pick him up, he's clearly not getting enough money for food.
2018-12-30 18:29
#129
Jame | 
Russia m0nteq 
Ok
2018-12-30 19:43
who is it
2018-12-30 20:01
20yo which means he is 2-3 years from hitting his prime yet still 1.18 rating againg tier 7 teams? This guy is not special at all lmao. Even disco doplan was better than him at age of 20yo (2015/2016) when he played for epsilon in tier 2-3. Nt HLTV with this lul series.
2018-12-30 21:16
#138
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Bulgaria AboveYall 
Windigo is in esl pro league plyaing all the top teams, qualified for the minor and wesg - tier 7 btw
2018-12-30 21:25
Wow being in one season of online qualifier for the actual lan for which you did not qualify? TIER 1 CONFIRMED!!! Also minor is joke and wesg is even bigger irrelevant joke.
2018-12-30 22:00
#141
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Bulgaria AboveYall 
u have no idea how pro league works.. do u XD
2018-12-30 22:00
I do you have to beat bunch or tier 7 teams to get to pro league in your case it was actually tier 10 trash envy. Grats what a accomplishment. Delusional bulgarians think they got a scene xD
2018-12-30 22:06
#143
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Bulgaria AboveYall 
first of all u have to be in "advanced" - invite only, second u have to beat all of those teams to get to the qualifier to the mdl, after that u have to beat the teams in the qualifier for the mdl and play the mdl league next season, in the mdl u have to finish top 3 for the season to just qualify for the qualifier for pro league and then beat pro league teams to qualify for the actual pro league. And they fell only 1 place short to the lan finals and finished above ur faze team. tier 7 btw
2018-12-30 22:07
Ye what you said is beating bunch of trash tier 7 teams. Falling one short or five doesn’t make difference. Your bum bois were tryharding and still needed 5 points while faze is known for not giving shit about online cs and they had huge internal issues basically during whole epl season 8, time when niko and karrigan were passing around igl role so I think team really didn’t give a flying fuck about some online tournament, they basically gave up last few matches.
2018-12-30 22:15
#145
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Bulgaria AboveYall 
windigo literally replaced 2 guys druing this league "faze had internal issues" .. w/e man im not gonna waste my time with u xD u just compared epsilon with windigo xD .. why did i even respond to u
2018-12-30 22:17
I compared disco doplan and your bulgarian bum boy at the same age is that comparision of teams??? Btw enjoy your pointless finish over faze let’s see next season. hltv.org/matches/2327149/faze-vs-windigo.. hltv.org/matches/2327150/windigo-vs-faze..
2018-12-30 22:25
no matter what arguments you put towards an idiot, you can't change an already set mind.
2018-12-30 22:23
#150
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Brazil hugoooo 
Poizon and blameF will be big names on the next years
2018-12-30 22:36
blameF article pls
2018-12-30 22:39
#154
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Brazil Gunzel 
IS THIS HAPPENS CUZ WE ARE FROM BULGARIA?
2018-12-30 23:33
Expected article! Nice one I love these!
2018-12-30 23:43
bias as fuck.
2018-12-31 02:02
#160
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Norway SlimeThug 
When is HLTV.orgs top players list coming out? Is it in January? Thought they did it in Dec before
2018-12-31 02:46
Tmr
2018-12-31 05:55
he is really good indeed, to bad the Bulgarian scene hasn't been very successful
2018-12-31 03:29
I don't watch a lot of windigo matches, but the ones I watched Poizon always was showing and shining above the rest of the squad. Definetely the guy has a potetial.
2018-12-31 05:01
#166
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Macedonia EXTOL[t] 
u never meet memo hltv.org stop making bulgarian players ur bulgarian academy SHiPZ cerq poizon ALL BULGARIA PRO
2018-12-31 11:24
My favorite player
2018-12-31 12:17
#170
ALEX | 
Spain Cambra 
Yeah
2018-12-31 15:32
looks like w0xic
2018-12-31 20:37
respect! :)
2019-01-02 17:48
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